T-Mobile 4G LTE UNcarrier device lineup revealed

March 26, 2013

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T-Mobile is currently sharing the UNcarrier details, which thankfully includes a breakdown of the devices that will be available. We touched on the devices in a previous post, however it looks like T-Mobile has revealed a bit more in terms of availability and pricing details. Well pricing and availability for most of the devices anyway.

Again, this list includes several Android handsets, but it also contains a mobile hotspot as well as the Apple iPhone and BlackBerry Z10. Beginning first with the Android device details, this includes the GALAXY S 4, Galaxy Note II and HTC One. Certainly a nice selection. The GALAXY S 4 and HTC One remain a mystery for the most part.

T-Mobile has said the GALAXY S 4 will be available in the second quarter of the year and that the HTC One will be available later this spring. The Galaxy Note II on the other hand is already available and in fact has an LTE enabling update ready and waiting. Current Note II users that are in a T-Mobile LTE area will want to grab their handset and check for that update.

The mobile hotspot is the Sonic 2.0 and it will be the first LTE hotspot for T-Mobile. This device will be available beginning today and is priced at $29.99 down with 24 monthly payments of $5 per month. Not that we expect many Android users to be super interested in either of these last two, but the BlackBerry Z10 is available now and will set you back $99.99 down with 24 monthly payments of $18. The iPhone availability will include the 5, 4S and 4 and begin on April 12.

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  • Awesome. Now if (when) VZW decides to screw off-contract customers out of our unlimited data, I’ll have a better carrier to switch to.

  • Androholic


  • great news ..

  • Ruben James

    It’s great that T-Mobile has all of the top phones and for a lower price than other carriers. I am looking forward to getting a galaxy S4 when it’s available. Even though we don’t yet have LTE in Denver, the 4G network is plenty fast for now, though I’m still excited to stream using LTE now that I’ve gotten a taste of how fast it can be. Last weekend, I went on a small holiday from work at DISH and got to try out the new LTE network in Las Vegas. During the trip, I was able to keep up with my shows using the DISH Anywhere app on my phone and as a result of using LTE, streaming quality was fantastic.